Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 90 seconds
Hi, I have issue with the grup page, everytime I visit the page it will display like this
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 90 seconds exceeded in /home/***/public_html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-core/bp-core-caps.php on line 413
and when I visit the admin member page, it will display as show in the link below
but there is no error notification on this one.
Have anyone have the same problem? and how can I solve this?
Help. Thank you.
Currently I use WP 3.5.1 and buddypress 1.6.4
You have serious issues with that theme.
Please disable and revert to the default BP theme , check how your site performs, also disable any non essential plugins.
Your site at the moment is asking the sgml parser to attempt to cope with over 4000 errors, the tag soup parser historically was designed to attempt best fit guesses at how to render / display errors however there’s a limit it can deal with and a limit that a browser can cope with trying to examine them and in this instance it’s crashing my browser so I can’t help further, unless this is a specific plugin issue I would suggest you think about another theme- if that is running BP default proves to display the site as normal.
Hi Hugo, you’re right, it is the theme. I use the default test theme and everything turns out fine.
But why it is said the theme I use is compatible to run buddypress in wordpress.org themes option?
Its a nice theme by the way, but I think they should exclude it. Can give people a hard time.
The web is for my client and now I’m really in trouble, because they agreed on the theme already and I should be making delivery this weekend. First I thought is just some string problem somewhere.
I’m shutting it down for today and hope I can come up with a better idea.
Thank you Hugo and really appreciate if you have some idea on any optional theme available.
First thing to do is try and sort through the errors, use the w3c html validator, likely with so many errors the majority will be repeats, cure one or two and you’ll resolve many in one hit. It is important to get errors down to trivial issues otherwise all other attempts to troubleshoot issues are coloured by a broken DOM.
@Hugo: Thank you for your advise. I think I will go with different theme since its to risky, my client barely know how to add article to their site using WP. I will go with buddypress compatible theme but with less complications.
This is just a suggestion, but why don’t you try out the Responsive theme. and make a child theme of it and edit it to your hearts content. It will look nice!
@mercime that theme is by a name I/we? recognize and in reality a quick download and activation shows a theme that in it’s default OOTB state performs perfectly well, it’s a framework though and as such I haven’t time to reverse engineer it to any great degree to see how it manages all aspects.
@musadiqmarhaban As above I see no particular issues with this theme and that is perhaps important to point out in defence of the authors work, of course there may be hidden issues that might not show simply on activating the base version with no custom configuration, but I tested against 1.7 trunk and also note the theme was updated fairly recently so given those facts and with the greatest respect I would have to point the finger to the customizations to the framework as being the issue and /or plugins running, but in respect of plugins test and ensure all non essential plugins are deactivated so only running the theme and BP this is important to enable narrowing down of the issue.
@hnla yes we know the theme 🙂 Sent DM to Sven about it with link to this page. Right now that site is in maintenance mode. Curious what was on the front page and crashing your browser plus plugins used in the site.
@bphelp: Thank you, I’ll give it a try.
@Hugo: Yes, I believe I share your opinion too. Basically the theme is good in design, easy to modify, simple in control, and which is why at first I chose this theme for my client since they have basic knowledge in handling wordpress backend admin. I also found the author is so far responsive in updating issues that came up.
I still see it as a short period issue which soon be tackled by the author, and the theme is still very much recommendable.
@mercime The site loaded extremely slowly, so tends to suggest a scripting issue and/or server config, My browser crashing was somewhat unsurprising with my debugging tools and fair few tabs open the browser was simply struggling to parse the massive number of errors causing it to become non responsive while attempting to create a list, ultimately forcing me to kill the browser process or sit there the rest of the day staring at a blank black viewport 🙂
I have open the site and activated the theme again, and hope the author can view the related issue.
Thank you Mercime
List of plugin I use and its current status:
Admin Menu Editor; current plugin status: deactivated
All in one SEO pack; current plugin status: deactivated
buddypress status; current plugin status: active
WP Maintenance Mode; current plugin status: active
Somehow your managing to loop that single group, an infinite loop, this time time generating ~133164 errors
What if any custom code have you added for single groups pages / home.php.
I haven’t make any customization with the theme file. All modification made from admin backend theme settings
If this is a test/dev site try deleting that group and re-creating.
this looping occurs for both your groups, create another group, ensure it is public there is some strangeness where the groups seem confused as to whether they are hidden or public stating both at various points.
Yes use the buddypress default theme. That should have been a prerequisite to troubleshooting if it was just an isolated theme issue or a buddypress issue.
@bphelp yes I asked this from the outset and it was checked; posts 2 & 3
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